Primarily responsible for uploading and tagging new assets (Images & video)
Effective communication is an important soft skill as this person engages with external agency partners as well as internal associates / executive leadership. Ability to focus and pay attention to detail is also a key component of the job.
Full description below:
The Digital Asset Coordinator will set up asset catalogs, organizing large volumes of rapidly changing digital content, creating and enforcing naming taxonomies and, tagging files with relevant and accurate metadata. Demonstrated organizational, problem solving and communication skills while fostering positive, productive partnerships with internal stakeholders are critical keys to success. Responsible for training others in the creation or preservation of digital resources and the use of the library’s digital asset management system.
What you will be doing
• Works closely with the DAM platform team and acts as gatekeeper and alternate point of contact for questions/issues related to the DAM
• Identifies and validates new taxonomy and metadata needs.
• UX testing
• Conduct reviews of uploads to ensure they follow the approved styles and standards guide and document errors.
• Review interfaces and user flows to identify possible usability issues
• Post updates to the digital style guide.
• Organize digital assets for use within teams and vendors.
• Proficiency with Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Outlook PowerPoint and One Drive.
• Knowledge of taxonomy and metadata structures.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Highly organized, detail oriented, and results focused.
• Familiarity with Adobe Create Suite including Acrobat, Illustrator and Photoshop.
• Knowledge with Digital asset management (DAM) or web content management (WCM) system.
• Understanding of maintaining and improving taxonomy & metadata schemas within DAM and the Adobe ecosystem.
• Demonstrate ability to think strategically and prioritize≥
• Excellent analytical and oral and written communication skills.
• Demonstrate ability to work effectively with a team or by themselves